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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta OHobei1 THE LETIIimiDGK DAI LY HERALD Page 11 Last Time To-day THE SENSATIONAL PICTURE Orphans of the Plains" POWERFUL" GRIPPING AlsoVSee 'Today: "'Lena anp the :A' Quaintly, Appealing Story "'The Doctor" Real. .Cure lor that Feeling Extra Special COMING NEXT WED. AND THURSDAY OCT. 9th. 10th ANOTHER GREAT. FEATURE "The Refugee's Casket A Gorgeous Production In TWO REELS of Glorious Hand Color- ed Photography IT WILL BE IMMENSE DON'T MISS IT SPECIAL, HEAR RANDOLPH GILBERT, The starland's Baritone at Every Performance, AN IMMENSE FORTUNE SPENT WORKING THE PRIMARIES COST- LY .TO UN.ITED STATES POU- TICJANS DIXON SAYS (Conducted by FIDEUOl Stir-land Pflanagement Announce Big Feature emaoidmaij Teatuit to Ija Ehottji it Sin hind on tt ednead and Ihmschn Octobei (l ind 10 Ib tlie Ut- ost Impoi lalion ihp Refu- gee t Cns'tcj: i mi nificeiu hand col- raaatei pict-fe into tho cost of beef, Ih tlio presence of tho mayor and special committee a beef will bo cut up, weighed, invoiced and priced per pound for various cuts and parts according' to (ho present scale of re- tail prices. Two of the veterinarians of tha Spokane health deportment will be present to check the weights and euta and to render export, advice. By this mcana tho mayor, who is acting on the request of retailers, who claim they are not to blame for tho high 1H-- ing cost, hopes to be able to determine1 just what- class Is responsible. Mayor Hindley has not indicated to what other fields hid probe of the national question will extend. HOSMER YOUNG WOMAN DEAD Majestic Theatre-3 nights S Oct. 7 POLLARD'S FORTY OF'EM ALL IN THEIR 'TEEN8 Monday, October Brue GREATEST OF MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESSES Tuesday, October Toymaket "LA POUPEE" Wednesday, October Mikado BY GILBERT.AND SULLIVAN 'COMPLETE MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION FOR EACH MUSICAL COMEDY 'AND OPERA EVERY SINGER A 1'IUCTS Special It 75o, 50c, 25c. Matinee Wednesday at 2.30 p.m. Prices 75c, 50c, 25c MAY FIND RICHES IN ArJGLO AMERICAN CAPITALISTS .SEARCHING. FOR MINERAL 1 B.C. GREATLY IS REGRETTED DEATH IN MOUNTAIN PROMPT- LY TACKLED Hosraer, Oct. We much regret lo announce tlie death ol Miss e v ,10 j Fitulado, which occurred at her home i kainHim on Sunday evening last. Miss lit blado had heen veiy weak [or considerable time, and it iidinoiiton, Uta Oct 1 American capitalists heretofore ducting extensile mining in the nre preparing to thoroughly eiilloie the m i oral re-, sources in fasten! UrStibh Columbia, iloiif, the Ime of the (Hand Trunk laciijt iillnii; between Mile the present itad of steel ind 'Fort ttest of I dinonton Samples brought out In prospectors the past n.tunu> in assays "aCvanujuiel ind lorontp.' 1 imrdtf- C, I mining uiginecr, connected with the !.h Coit compauj dKo engag- ed mining groups of the London iome i Stock Lxoluiige. and in Job nneslnrg, rtVI- made the foregoing unnuuncciiieut Misk" Pitblado was well known and deservedly respected by all who her during her live1'year's "residence in Hosme-r, and the patience and forti- tude with which she bore her sick- ness right up'tiU. tih? hist, tended tu increase that respect... The funeral tain anil north country could be test- ed for values. j 1 Mr. McDonell intimated lliat ifthe'l ore proves in quality and quantity, I as foreshadowed hy prospect, a large D smelting plant will be located either i increase that respect., 'Ihe funeral u the Qf rpcte Juan Cache or took place.on Wednesday afternoon tho Fort George district. Many oi two o'clock was a samples brollghl in gathcrras of friends hand relatives' ritor !ong the Fraser river run j MAJESTIC THEATRE Thurs. Fri., October 10 11 s 'Hie iriasictil ovcnl of tlio season. In Junior of Jl. ft. II. Duke of special eiigngmncni of Sheehan Eftglish Opera Company JoHeph F. Sheehan. America's Greatest Tcnur anil Opera Htar Thursday evening "II Trovatore" Fri. "The Chimes of Normandy" With tho most remarkable1 of Auieri- i-aii and E'uniiiean stius ovi-r lieai'd in English Opera. 50 Trained'Churns Voices 60 Special Grand Opera Orchestra Seal, Sale Opens Saturday, Oci. 5th at J. D. Higinbolham's Store Prices 7-ic, 50c Kood ready-made I owe my thanks to your medicine for it is the vorl nff friend and all women who Mjss ,JcnkillSi of Ulo Hank of Mont- Bttlfer saould to you for special staff Ravmomi, 3Jay no tjon of- St., Poughkeepsie, N. i church with a-Hclielitnu solo last a remedy has lived for over Mr x H; of Lcih- thirty years, steadily growing in popu- larity ancl influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declare they owe to believe that it is an article of great merit? We challenge anyone to show any other one remedy for a special class of disease which has attained such an enor- mous demand and maintained it for so many years as has Lydm E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. hridgp, also rendered ;i solo. Miss Nellie Alakavjsh. K.iyjnond. L' The following visitors to the most town last week T. R. Alexander, T. 13. Macdonald, and 11. E. tialfour, of Calgary L. A- A'l- gcr, Lethhridge. Mr. John Wliitesel and Miss Dorrs Wliitesel were visitors to I.ettihiuige on Monthly. If yon want special advice Mcilfclne Co. (conH- ThrcshinK lias been rrsumed m tin dcuttal) Lynn, Muss, Your letter will district, ihe wheat- fccinn for i he mos lio opened, rcnil iind niisivereil by a part. excTlIcnt cnndiiiuii and pv.itl and lasM In strict cy all deuce, inir rood. much or as couRli syrup for J2.50. two cups of granulated sugar with one cup of water, anil stir two inln. Put ounces of Pincrc (lifty tents' worth) in a 16-ounce bottle, and atlij the Sugar Syrup. This keeps per- fccily and lias a pleasant like it. Braces up thc appetite and is slightly laxative, which helps end a cough. .You probably-know tlic medical value of pine in treating asthma, bronchitis and ol tit v throat troubles, sore lungs, etc. Tneie is nothing- better, Plncx is the valuable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract, rich in S'-iiai. col and thc natural healing pine ele- ments. Other preparations will not work Thc prompt from this Inexpen- sive remedy have made friends for It in thousands of homes In thc United States nmi Canada, which explains why llift HJan has been imitated often, but never successfully. A jruaranty of absolute satisfaction. money promptly refunded, proes with thl? rncipe. Your druggist, hns Plnox, or will it for von. if not, to Thc Plncx CM.. Toronto. present the service at thc house wai conducted by tho Rev. W. M. Waltoii, rector ol' tlic Anglican church in Fer- nie, the hymns, sung were both suitable and impressive. Messrs. P. G. Wilson, N? F. Hcndal, DoMniic, A. Miles, Norman H cndcrson (Mi- and A. McL. Fletcher acted as pall bearers, u'jnle thc funeral ar- rangements were in .the hands of Mr. F. A, Cornett, undertalicr. Owing to the mines being idle on the day uf tho iuneral, a much larger number of friends were enabled to pay their last tribute of respect to .the departed than would have otherwise been the case. As a token ot respect, tliellos-i mcr Public school was closed on Wed- nesday, ami many of the pupils were present at the graveside. An ugly lire commenced away up .in the dry Lijubi-r. on Mount Hosnier on Wednesday afternoon, but thanks to the cfiorls of Constable Sam Hart- ly, who speedily rounded up a bunch ot men to cope with thc situation- The danger at ihe time 01 writing was practically averted. Miss Anniti McLeod leH on Tuesday evening last for Coleman en route for tlie coast, -.vlu'ic she intends residing in thc future. The latest news regarding the pro- posed gymnasium for Ilosmer semis to indicate that the arrangement with regard to utilizing- tlie basement of thc spacious hall connected u'ilb the Queen's hotel, is likely to be carried through- No better adapted place could possibly be srcurcd in 1-Iosnier, and if the liberal offer of Mr. (J cur- lay, the proprietor, is accepted, Uu-ro is no reason why the town should not boast of a gymnasium .ind athletic club this equal, if not super- ior, to any in thc (.'rows Nest Pass. Mrs. II. Hauton arrived from Ilrot-k- Alia., on Tuesday last, and is directing the culinary arrangements al (he Mess, Vice Miss. McI.eoU resigned W- Hiil.lcrshim1, who had thc mis- fortune1 to susi.iin llir fracture ,of some hoiu's hi his nnklt in .Saturday's football m ft U'h at Kftrriie, is progrrs- uiC as favnratiiy as can be cxpectr.1. Tuesday and Wednesday were idle (fays at the mines, owing to the old j complaint or shortage, and it looks ;is if tlirrr will be more enforc- ed holidays yrt, il the C.p.H. don't luistlv a few "empties" in this direc- tion. .ludge Urown returned from const on Monday with his family, reports having had a good time. oppears lo he in shape to mete justice to all tin-, criminals of Crows S'est Pass. Jim McCool, cv-mavor of Olsen, latiiig the growth of alfalfa in the irrt- sa'le of mine propositions. Xormnn IIvndcrsoH, late master me- chaJiic at the Ilosmor mine, was in town on to the ton in silver, lead and copper. Gold in commercial quantities has heen found on the claims. He said "Edmonton should be headquarters for the mining engineers and prospec- tors exploiting the territory of east- ern British Columbia. The country is uuormously rich in minerals, one oi the richest I have ever seen. We have located properties which will be developed hy the body oE capitalists. I expect to leave Great Britain in a short time and will return in the spring to supervise tlie. opening, up of the mining claims. The product) of the mines will he shipped down the j 'train inbound from Fraser river to Fort George, thence! Twecd lnis monijng jumped tho track, QUINTE TRAIN" WAS DITCHED ONE WOMAN KILLED ,AND SEV- ERAL OTHERS INJURED NEAR "KINGSTON Kingston, On'i., Oct. Bay.ot overland to Hazel toil and tlie Pacific coast." MAKES A THREAT London, Oct. is a possi- bility of the rift between the govern- ment and labor party widening. Rum- say 'Alacdonald has made the pledge that the labor members will vote against, the government unlee-j voles were .granted1., to women, but it is doubtful if. .hq could, carry the party with himf, the second car from the engine and four freight cars, the mail car and1 a passenger car were hurled down an embankment. The engine remained on the track and brought the news to Kingston. One woman was killed, an- other badly hurt, and several others injured. The accident, occurred about lour miles from the city on the Kingston and Pembroke railway, over which the Hay of Qninte railway lias running rights. A petition, which has the names ol about 1000 in the dis- trict, will ask for an armory at Leam- ington, Out. THE Queen's Hotel ROYAL VIEW S miles north of Lclhbrldge All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Meals la Carte Arrange in euts can be made for private dances Everything First Class Special Sunday Dinner from 5.30 to 7.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 the and He out Miss Gcorgina McGHl. of Cuclph. a graduate of Mr.Masior university, will KO lo hidiu ns ;i missionary. A T H A B A S C A L A N D I N G ATHABASCA LANDING Mr. Investor, Look Here! If you are looking for a gooff business location. A swell residential SILO tu build your home on. A good sound investment that will give yon 100% interest. Then you should buy some property in DOMINION PARK, Athabasca Land- ing. Why? BECAUSE every lot is hish, dry and lovcl. IIKCAUSR every lot is 50 feet by 120 feet. BECAUSE it is inside the city linilta. HKCAl'SF- tho prices arc right. BECAUSE the terms are easy. Lots are selling from to Terms 1-4 cash, balance 3. 6, 9, 12 and 15 months, or cash and a month. Come in and let us tell you about it. The Athabasca Land Company 321 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OPEN EVENINGS ATHABASCA LANDING A T H A B A S C A L A N D I N G ;